Walkabout Back Pet Harness
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Walkabout Back Pet Harness
Recommended by veterinary surgeons as the most effective walking aid on the market, The Walkabout Rear Pet Harness is commonly used on animals with arthritis, hip dysplasia, spinal trauma and general fatigue. Plus they help prevent back injury to pet owners from lifting pets improperly. Walkabout Back Pet Harness will keep your pet happy and mobile despite his or her injuries or age-related problems. The Walkabout Back Pet Harness is designed to fit both male and female pets.
The Walkabout Back Pet Harness provides the balance and support necessary for your pet to lead a happier, healthier, cleaner life. Use of the Walkabout Back Pet Harness can also help minimize the backstrain that often results from lifting and carrying heavy animals. The harness can be left on all day long, even for many days in a row, as long as your pet can handle that length of time.
The Walkabout Rear Pet Harness was designed to help dogs and cats go out and use the bathroom without soiling the harness. Make sure to get a good fit so they are able to use the bathroom without getting the harness dirty.
Recommended by veterinarians
Effective walking aid
Helps pets with arthritis, hip dysplasia, spinal trauma and general fatigue
Designed to fit both male and female pets
Provides the balance and support as well as minimize back strain that often results from lifting and carrying heavy animals
Can be left on all day long, even for many days in a row, as long as your pet can handle that length of time
Machine washable, line dry
Please use the sizing chart to properly fit your pet
Abdomen - Measure the circumference of the abdomen directly in front of the back legs
Upper Thigh (Back Leg) - Measure the circumference of the upper thigh (back leg) at the point where it meets the body
Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (3”–6”)
Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (3” –8”)
Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (11”-14”)
Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (11”-15”)
Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (14”-17”)
Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (16”-19”)
Always make sure your pet is in a dry and clean harness. Can be machine washed, line dry.
Directions for use:
Please discuss the use of this product with your veterinarian. If you are unsure of how to use the harness properly, their assistance is strongly recommended for the safety and comfort of your pet. Be sure your pet can urinate with ease, if not, please verify your measurements and consult your veterinarian.
Walkabout will not be held responsible for improper use of this product. Please consult with your veterinarian before use.
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what size would be a boxer?
Best Answer: It really depends on their age and size- my Sheltie is a large, because she won't stop growing. Your best bet is to measure the dog and follow the table on the page:
Size: Please use the sizing chart to properly fit your pet Abdomen - Measure the circumference of the abdomen directly in front of the back legs Upper Thigh (Back Leg) - Measure the circumference of the upper thigh (back leg) at the point where it meets the body X-Small: Abdomen: (9â€â€“15â€) Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (3â€â€“6â€) Small: Abdomen: (10â€â€“16â€) Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (3â€ â€“8â€) Medium: Abdomen: (18â€-23â€) Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (11â€-14â€) Medium-Large: Abdomen: (20â€-29â€) Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (11â€-15â€) Large: Abdomen: (24â€-31â€) Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (14â€-17â€) X-Large: Abdomen: (31â€-35â€) Upper Thigh (Back Leg): (16â€-19â€)
my dog has a nerve disease in her upper spine going to head and her front legs are not that stable either. can this help her?
Best Answer: I don't believe it can help if her legs are weak in the front. It's made for the back hind legs, so the front legs have to be strong
can you put it on a large breed dog that is laying down? needs help getting up
Best Answer: We have a Yellow Lab that weighs about 80 lbs. now, lost some weight from muscle loss, and it works good with him. We only use it on his bad days and leave it off other than that, but it is a great help when needed.
How to put this on dog?
Best Answer: It's a bit of a challenge at first. I put it under the dog, flat on the floor with the "Tail" facing the back of the dog. Then I help him get his feet in the slots and then I can lift it up, over his back and hold it tight with the velcro. Then comes the straps that go across his back and snap together. Finally, the handles.
NOTE: If the handles get caught under the dogs legs, you have to start over. So before I put the dogs legs in the slots, I make sure the handles extend out and are not under the sling material. Hope this helps.
I have a Corgi. How long are handles?
Best Answer: They should be long enough...my dog is just a little bit taller and they were more than long enough
Made in USA?
Best Answer: The unit I bought last year was made in Taiwan.
Will this work for a female pitbull with a torn acl, like will she be able to go #1and #2 with the harness on so I can support her weight during?
Best Answer: Yes. It would work.
Is size small the correct size for a miniature dachshund?